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Whoa! This new digital dance track is a slammingly dope mix of ultrafresh loops and vintage video clips in a crazy mashup spinning the word on the science of sound and hearing.
And how can you not definitely dig the always-outrageous free archive of public domain stock footage from The Prelinger Archive at archive.org? We totally nailed them up for some clips:
-- How To Listen To New Dimensions in Sound (1957)
-- How The Ear Functions (1940)
-- Living Stereo (1958)
Here's how it all went down: Thanks to the finagling of a two-day break from work (cool!), a DVD of stock beats was scaffed from the Apple Store in Manhattan's SoHo on Thursday. The song was assembled in GarageBand on Friday. The video was slapped up Saturday in iMovie HD to create a frenetically cooking scramble from 60 hours of weekend audiology hammered down into a nastily sizzling 2-minute poppit now presented to you by Lyndon Lorenz, messing it all up here as Lyn Faber in another very special platinum diamond Internet Archive premiere.
More Lyn Faber mashup work is online at the YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/llorenz100
This movie is part of the collection: Prelinger Archive Mashups
Producer: Lyn Faber
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: prelinger mashup; sound; techno; dance; vintage; audio; hearing
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
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Subject: Pretty good mash up
This is definitely one of the better Prelinger mash ups, maybe the best one I've seen.